The sexy MFF Newsletter feature that answers the question: “Hey Mark, read any good books lately?” One of my favorite books I read recently was Simon Sinek’s Leaders Eat Last. This book takes a look at how leadership and groups succeed or fail. In an interesting and geeky twist, Sinek addresses how our drive for dopamine can become …
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Numbers are fascinating. We use statistics to communicate massive quantities of information, and that information is often perceived as important. I’m not so sure that this is a good thing.
I was deep into a discussion with a friend recently on growth, getting better, learning styles and the like (read nerds) when he brought up the Tower of Babel, using the building of this structure as a metaphor. In this biblical story, the people sought to build a tower that would reach all the way to heaven in order to make a name for themselves. All speaking the same language, they came together to begin construction. God recognized that as one unified group, nothing was out of their reach. So God, attempting to stifle their arrogance, separated them and confused their language. Unable to find a way to communicate with each other, they were forced to abandon the tower, which was burned, and the bottom swallowed by the earth.
This weekend, I realized with striking clarity that I am still very much a work in progress, a huge AHA! surfaced and I wanted to share it with you all. I have a sneaking suspicion you may be able to relate.
I get really nervous in doctors’ offices. Even at check-ups.
Goethe, Sartre, Nietzsche…Nothing like a good quote from a sage philosopher to motivate and inspire.
It’s too cold. It’s too hot. We’re exhausted from events work and social. We work too much. We fight with our spouses. Our kids exhaust us and sometimes we get sick. Sometimes we just don’t feel like getting out of bed. This is not a new experience for humanity. Whether you are an athlete …
How a muscle gain Ninja used a shift in mindset to change his life—
A sexy new MFF Newsletter feature that answers the question: “Hey Mark, read any good books lately?” The War of Art by Steven Pressfield. Pressfield’s book applies to any and all humans who want to create anything. So baaaasically, all fucking humans. The premise of the book is that all artists face a force called “The …